Women’s March Grants Pass Update

Due to number of people attending, please meet up on NE side of 7th Street bridge. (see map) Wear shoes that allow you to walk 1.2 miles and stand in the (possibly wet) grass. Can’t march? Meet us at the Josephine County Courthouse. At the courthouse, remember to pick up your dining token! Going to…

Men Can Wear Pussy Hats, Too!

Here is the picture of my nephew. He has an upscale French restaurant in Chapel Hill and wears his hat at work on a regular basis. Picture submitted by one of our Rogue Indivisible Members

More Letters, submitted for publishing at The Daily Courier

On Saturday, Jan 20th I am participating in the Women March here in Grants Pass to show that I am in solidarity with everyone across this country and the world who see the danger and damage that the sexual predator, racist and liar in the Oval Office is perpetrating. Saturday’s march continues the miraculous global…

Letter to the Editor, published 1-17-2018

I am marching on January 20 because it’s one way to feel less hopeless and helpless in the face of danger.  I marched many a mile to protest Vietnam and more miles for every succeeding “Police Action” or injustice.  I’m 88 1/2.  I came of psychological age in the rise of the second women’s movement…

Something to be excited about!!

At least 79 women are running for governor or seriously considering it as filing deadlines approach, according to a tally by the Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers University. The numbers are more than double what they were four years ago and on track to surpass the record 34 women who ran for governor in…

Reader Needed!

Rogue Indivisible Women! Your help is needed in the upcoming theater event, part of proceeds benefit Rogue Indivisible Women’s March in Grants Pass. There is room, in fact need! for another reader in “The Women’s Rise-Up Monologues: Tales from the Women’s March”. Are you passionate about the Women’s March and its vision and what it…

Future Leaders Needed!

Rogue Indivisible, in conjunction with the Women’s March 2018 Grants Pass, is hosting a special event for women and underrepresented groups who would like to better understand what’s involved with running for public office (City Council, State/US Senator, Board of Directors, President, etc). Whether actively researching for yourself, or you know of someone who might…

Jamie McLeod Skinner is kicking off the Women’s March 2018 Grants Pass!!!

Here is Jamie’s background. When Jamie McLeod-Skinner was young, her mother gave her one piece of advice that has guided her life ever since: “Always leave a place better than you found it.” Since graduating from Ashland High School, Jamie has followed this maxim across the globe and all over the American West, serving as…

Yoga to Benefit Women’s March

Yoga class offered by Clair Highfield of https://www.clairityoga.com/ When: January 20th 9am-10am Where: 980 SW 6th Suite #15, Grants Pass, Or 97526 at Be Yoga http://beyogagp.com/ This session will be an all levels Hatha Flow class which will require being able to get up and down from the floor, however, it will not be necessary to have…

Women’s March Route

Marchers will meet at 10:30 AM at Riverside Park, Grants Pass, between (and below) the 2 bridges.  Marchers will walk up to 7th Street and continue over the 7th Street bridge (on the east side sidewalk) up to M St. where we will turn left.  We will walk on M street (north side) to 6th…